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    Breaking Bad season 5: Watch online live stream finale episode 16 "Felina" [AMC start time]
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    The finale episode of Breaking Bad season 5 will air tonight on AMC at 9 p.m. ET.

    Episode 16, titled "Felina" will finally see the conclusion of the story of Walter White.

    The series will be available to watch online via live stream for free on AMC after the episode airs. Click here to watch full episodes of "Breaking Bad," including the finale episode, "Felina."

    Breaking Bad is expected to end with a dramatic climax in the 75 minute episode tonight.

    The highly anticipated season finale will be a tear-jerker, according to actress Betsy Brandt, who plays Marie Schrader in the popular show.

    She recently told Entertainment Weekly: "I think you're going to need a lot. Regardless of how it ends – and the ending is good, it's really good – [but] one of the things I'm most proud of on this show is the story and how much everyone has grown to love these characters. My character isn't the easiest person to love. And listen, there are people that don't love her, but there are so many people who do and I love them all. My ending would probably be completely Pollyanna so it's good I don't write the show because I want them all to win. I want them all to survive and win."

    She also spoke about Emmy-nominee Bryan Cranston, who plays Walter White. "He's such a a great actor, a great man and a great friend. It would be much easier to walk away if there weren't such great memories."

    Aaron Paul and Bryan Cranston were both nominated for an Emmy award this month. Paul was nominated for Outstanding Supporting Actor while Cranston was up for Lead Actor in a Drama Series. However, Paul lost to Bobby Cannavale of "Boardwalk Empire", while Jeff Daniels from "Newsroom" took the Outstanding Lead Actor award.

    Be sure to tune into AMC on September 29 at 9 p.m. ET to watch the "Breaking Bad" season 5 finale, "Felina."
    ‘Breaking Bad’ Season 5 Episode 16 Series Finale Live Stream Online: Watch What Will Happen In 'Felina'

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    "Breaking Bad" Season 5 Episode 16 ("Felina") is the final episode of the series, which will conclude the story of Walter White. The final episode will be airing tonight at 9 PM ET/PT on AMC. If you miss the episode tonight, then catch a live stream online or on your TV using On Demand, which will be available the next day. "Breaking Bad" fans can rejoice since it appears that the final episode of the show will be 75 minutes, including commercials, as opposed to 60 minutes each with commercials. 'Breaking Bad' Series Finale: 4 Spoilers About The Last 2 Episodes Of The Show

    There has been a lot of speculation regarding how the show will conclude, and many of the show's cast have revealed their thoughts and views. For instance, Bryan Cranston, who plays Walter White, has revealed in a prior interview that the ending is, simply put, "appropriate." "It really is. You watch this -- there's no apologies," said Cranston. "[Creator] Vince [Gilligan] was able to write to the ending that he wanted, and we're very pleased with that." "It is an amazing ending. It is an amazing, amazing play-out," added RJ Mitte, who plays Walt Jr. "... I really want people to see it and have the same reaction that I had." Meanwhile, Anna Gunn, who plays Skylar, told Salon that she has a different view on how the show should end. "I have a romantic notion of how I'd like to see things end, because I care about these characters, that somehow they would be able to extricate themselves from this business, and the family could be a unit again," said Gunn. "But I think that's impossible, because they've turned a corner that can never be unturned. Certainly, Walt and Skyler can't reach back toward each and forge anything that could be remotely healthy and OK, but there's a part of me that wishes it could be OK."

    Last week, viewers got to see Jesse was still enslaved and cooking meth. In an attempt to run away, Jesse gets caught and in turn, his girlfriend is shot in the head. Skylar becomes a cab driver to support her family, and Walt tries to launder money to Sklyar via Walt Jr., who is furious at the thought of his father reaching out to them. Thus far, we have seen that Walt and Jesse are no longer family. "Walt gave the nod for them to shoot him in the head and it would have been the end of it," revealed Moira Walley-Beckett in an interview with Vulture. "That's pretty powerful in and of itself. Jesse is no longer family. But he gets a short stay of execution because Todd makes a very good point, and so basically it's clear Jesse's gonna go and have an excruciating last day or two before he's killed, and Walt is twisting the knife. It's the last thing he can say or do to kill Jesse himself without actually physically killing him." That said, it seems like Walt and Jesse have a common enemy now and despite their past, they could possibly unite to eliminate their common enemy.